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BULLETIN OF VACANCY

MARCH 2016

 

 

REGION: III

AGENCY: DOST: PSHS-CLC

SALARY GRADE: 16

POSITION TITLE: SPECIAL SCIENCE TEACHER II (1 item)

ELIGIBILITY: Exempted under RA 3661 and CSC Resolution 02-1031

PLANTILLA NO.: PSHSB-SPST2-16-2010

 

Qualification Standard: MS/MA degree in Education or in a specialized field in Science, Mathematics or in any of the related subjects, preferably with 18 units in Education, 16 hours of relevant training and two (2) years related experience in the field of specialization

 

Statement of Duties and Responsibilities

 

1. Provides varied learning experiences in the area of specialization in and out of the PSHS for the full development of capabilities and potentials of individual students:

a.     conduct formal classroom and/or laboratory work;

b.     prepares instructional materials, tests, and activities to facilitate teaching learning process;

c.     plans and prepares co-curricular and extracurricular activities supplement classroom experience;

d.     records and safe keeps student’s performance;

e.     conducts remedial classes as needed;

2.     Monitors student’s behaviors and activities in and outside the classroom:

a.     conducts conference with students and parents as the need arises;

b.     consults with other faculty members, guidance counselors on problems related to students’ academic performance and behavior;

c.     supervising students during flag ceremonies, programs, and other school activities;

3.     Performs other duties that may be assigned from time-to-time, such as:

a.     Participate in community projects;

b.     Provides consultancy services in seminars or workshop along line of specialization;

4.     Complies and submit reports/inputs as needed such as DTR, test questions, grade sheets, accomplishment reports, syllabi, action plans, clearance and/or liquidation of travel/expenses;

5.     Adheres to professional development policies/programs on trainings, seminars attended and books and journals read;

6. Implements intervention programs such as advisory, counseling, mentoring, and/or consultation.

 

 

REGION : III

AGENCY: DOST: PSHS-CLC

SALARY GRADE: 13

POSITION TITLE: SPECIAL SCIENCE TEACHER I (1 item)

ELIGIBILITY: Exempted under RA 3661 and CSC Resolution 02-1031

PLANTILLA NO: PSHSB-SPST1-13-2009

 

Qualification Standard: Bachelor’s degree in Education or in a specialized field in Science, Mathematics or in any of the related subjects, preferably with 18 units in Education, 16 hours of relevant training with one (1) year related experience in the field of specialization

 

Statement of Duties and Responsibilities

 

1. Provides varied learning experiences in the area of specialization in and out of the PSHS for the full development of capabilities and potentials of individual students:

a.     conduct formal classroom and/or laboratory work;

b.     prepares instructional materials, tests, and activities to facilitate teaching learning process;

c.     plans and prepares co-curricular and extracurricular activities supplement classroom experience;

d.     records and safe keeps student’s performance;

e.     conducts remedial classes as needed;

2.     Monitors student’s behaviors and activities in and outside the classroom:

a.     conducts conference with students and parents as the need arises;

b.     consults with other faculty members, guidance counselors on problems related to students’ academic performance and behavior;

c.     supervising students during flag ceremonies, programs, and other school activities;

3.     Performs other duties that may be assigned from time-to-time, such as:

a.     Participate in community projects;

b.     Provides consultancy services in seminars or workshop along line of specialization;

4.     Complies and submit reports/inputs as needed such as DTR, test questions, grade sheets, accomplishment reports, syllabi, action plans, clearance and/or liquidation of travel/expenses;

5.     Adheres to professional development policies/programs on trainings, seminars attended and books and journals read;

6. Implements intervention programs such as advisory, counseling, mentoring, and/or consultation.

 

 

For inquiries, please contact Ms. Lilia T. Habacon or Antonina M. Agapito at PSHS-CLC, Lily Hill  Ave., Clark Freeport, Pampanga, with telephone numbers (045) 499-0136 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..